$19.10m Construction Finance Carnegie, VIC
Development Finance Partners (DFP) was engaged by its client to assist with refinancing the security property and funding development and construction costs of a five-storey mixed-use building comprising 47 residential dwellings, a retail space and café premises in Carnegie Victoria. DFP had previously assisted the client with funding to acquire the site and undertake the […]More
$13.73m Construction Finance Cheltenham, VIC
Development Finance Partners (DFP) was engaged to provide a construction funding facility for a mix of 1, 2 & 3-bedroom apartments in a 4 level, 34 apartment building to be constructed in Cheltenham Victoria. DFP had previously assisted the client with funding to acquire the site and undertake the development approval process. The Key Issues […]More
Post Pandemic Considerations for Developers
There is no disputing the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a period of uncertainty and change across the global economy and Australia is no exception. At the height of the epidemic, developers, like many businesses, quickly themselves in a position where they had to urgently review the way they conducted business. A large number were forced […]More
How did an ex-petrol station site fuel a $8M construction loan?
THE KEY ISSUES FACED BY THIS FINANCE APPROVAL AND SETTLEMENT During the period of the land purchase contract the client had obtained a DA for 7 Residential Lots and 2 Commercial Tenancies; Financing against a $3.8M “as is” valuation and not the $1.64M purchase price; Cost to complete risk associated with a variable land remediation […]More
How do you get funding for 120% of a site’s purchase price in today’s market?
THE KEY ISSUES FACED BY THIS SITE ACQUISITION During the period of the land purchase contract the Client had obtained both a rezone and DA for a 235 lot manufactured housing estate “MHE” development. Financing against a $13.5M As Is valuation and not the $4.5M purchase price. Specialised security as the DA was for MHE […]More
When banks tighten their credit conditions, how do you ease the pressure?
The key issues faced by this site acquisition The client contracted to purchase the site in April 2018. The client has supported major banks in the past however, when it came crunch time to settle on this parcel, credit conditions across the majors had tightened and this proved difficult to settle the transaction. The other […]More
Fall In Unit Starts Could Be Worse Than Predicted – AFR 21.12.18
DFP and research partner RiskWise comment on the predicted fall in Unit Starts In the AFR. Click on the image below to view the full article.More
Video Interview on Build To Rent Featured In The Australian Property Journal
In recent weeks, Matthew Royal, Director of DFP shared his insights on the Build To Rent Development Model with the Australian Property Journal in an exclusive video interview. Matthew explains what Build To Rent is, why it’s so successful overseas and what some of the challenges and opportunities are for developers in Australia when it […]More
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